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So, Robert, should we kill poor kids? Since you support killing them before they are born, why not kill them afterward to save them from living one more moment of their "horrible lives." You can't possibly argue, based on your belief that potential poverty is a good reason to carry out a death sentence on a child, that actual poverty shouldn't lead to "choice" without limits. If you can't bear the thought, because you are so compassionate of course, of a kid maybe missing meals and going to a bad school, what is the argument, compassionate Robert, against sweeping the schools in Detroit to mercifully end all that suffering that just breaks your heart? Scary thought...having someone like you decide who lives or dies.
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"the 31 states where gay marriage was put to vote" Umm...false framing. Voters in 31 states have amendment their constitutions to preserve the definition of marriage as a union between husband and wife. "Gay marriage" was not on the ballot in any of those states.
IR wrote: "Exposing a child prematurely to sex is damaging to the child, but it is not the same as murdering the child" Umm...you're understating the crime here. These are babies that were violently raped! Referring to this as merely "exposing a child prematurely to sex" is like saying killing a child is "expsing her prematurely to the terminal state."
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Is Your 5-Year-Old Transgender?

Raider Nation Wrote: May 22, 2012 11:38 AM
"Would parents who hesitate to let their kids eat preservatives or nonorganic eggs consent to block the complex hormones that begin to flood kids' bodies at puberty?" I'd say that parents who force their kids to eat like that are even MORE likely to jam them full of hormone treatments that wreak havoc on a child's body, mind, and soul.
"It is likely cause not effect." This is a mere assertion. You have no idea if this is true or not. It is what you believe, no more.
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